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How google view the PR?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by edwardyong, Aug 27, 2012.

  1. edwardyong

    edwardyong Newbie

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    I need some help for clarification help on how google treat the PR.

    If the landing home page domain have PR 8 and but i receive a link from the same domain inner page that have PR 0. Does the link juice pass to me is from PR8 or PR0?
     
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    If you're getting 1 do-follow link from an inner PR0 page, you're not getting any real PR benefit (definitely won't turn your page into a PR8) from it, but you may get some trust authority from it, e.g. if it's from an authority site.

    The other thing to note is that high PR does not affect SERP ranking.


     
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  3. phr0zt

    phr0zt Regular Member

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    Pagerank is definitely not one of the most "important" factors in getting a high ranking, but it can serve as a decent gauge for how your site's authority is looking to the search engines. You need to get links from pages with high Domain/Page Authority that are relevant to your topic, and target specific keywords. Doing so will boost your PR (when done properly), but gaining that PR is secondary to gaining authority.

    To answer your initial question more directly, getting the link from a PR0 inner page isn't going to do a whole lot for your PR, but if the site is a PR8 it's probably got some good authority (check SEOmoz to find out), and a link from that site can certainly help you gain some authority--which in turn can help with ranking higher.
     
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    SolidTactics Regular Member

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    Would you rather have a PR7 homepage duefolllow, blogroll link from a spammy, low authority website that got slapped 5 times from google panda or a link from a deep PR1 Guest Post blog link from a high authority website like technorati or huffington post? This is one of the most common conversations and questions I ask my clients before I start a guest blog post campaign for them.
     
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  5. edwardyong

    edwardyong Newbie

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    Well I do understand that the PR on my site would not affects the SERPs ranking, however correct me if i'm wrong it does affect on the Search Engine crawl rate on the site and its authority.

    Thanks to earlier replies on my thread, it seems that i won;t be able to milk any good amount of link juice if it is PR0.

    I do agree with solidtactics that PR1 could be better than the spammy sites (but how could spammy and penalized site still can ranked PR8?)
     
  6. phr0zt

    phr0zt Regular Member

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    Honestly I would take the deep guest post blog. I use lots of buffer sites, and since most of my links TO the buffer sites are auto-created, I'd take any kind of links to the web 2.0s. Just a few link from spammy sites wont do anything negative, as long as you have lots of other links, and they have varied anchor text., and maintain a decent link velocity. But it's quality links over quantity these days, so I prefer to do some manual web 2.0s and blast links to them to get them up in the rankings. Private blog networks/high authority web 2.0s are the way to go.
     
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    Check the meta-tags as well, which indicate if the link is do or no follow.
     
  8. edwardyong

    edwardyong Newbie

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    I'm kinda new in the game...can you elaborate a little?
     
  9. edwardyong

    edwardyong Newbie

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    Recently I received some advice that Penguin also punishes money site that receives links from devalued tier 2 even tier 3. In other words, if the ultimate link chain that you have somehow connected to a spammy site it would devalue the entire link juice that connects with it.

    This is getting really frustrated to me..
     
  10. nukemaster66

    nukemaster66 Newbie

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    to make it short. the linkjuice you get out of it is from the actual page, so if its pr0 its far less linkjuice than from the pr8 homepage. hope that makes it clear.
     
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  11. edwardyong

    edwardyong Newbie

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    That clarify a lot to me. Thanks.
     
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    Page rank is not the determining factor however it does help in the whole scheme of things.